Chilli Chicken: Chinese cuisine ( alternative for vegetarians )Also a shout-out to everyone

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This post is very special to me as Little chefs apron just hit 100 followers!!! And 500 likes 🥳🥳🥳🥳🥳 I am very greatful for all the support and motivation I got from all of you. I am very glad for all the likes and the comments. Thank you so much everyone…

Today we’ll make something that is a delicious recipe of Chinese cuisine. It is absolutely delish for non vegetarians but I do have an alternative for vegetarians that is equally good.

The chicken:


500 g boneless chicken

1/4 cup corn flour

1/4 cup all purpose flour

1 tsp pepper and salt according to your taste

1 tbsp ginger garlic paste


. First, wash the chicken and add it to a bowl. Then add the ginger garlic paste and the seasoning.

. Mix this properly and then coat this with corn flour and maida thoroughly.

. Let this marinate for 20-30 minutes so that the chicken is not bland from the inside.

. Then fry these one by one in medium hot oil till they turn golden brown. They should have a nice coating on them or else the effect of chilli chicken would be lost.

. I fry 5-6 pieces at once but you can do as much as you are comfortable with.

. Then remove them in a plate lined with tissue paper.

The sauce:

Capsicum ,onion chopped

1 tbsp ginger garlic paste

2 tbsp butter/oil

2 tbsp chilli sauce

2 tbsp pasta sauce

1 green chilli finely chopped

2 tbsp tomato purée ( store bought or homemade)

Coriander for garnish

Salt and pepper as per your taste


. First, fry the ginger and garlic in the butter and let the raw smell go away. Then add the vegetables in it.

Once they are fried for 2 minutes , add the sauces and then add a little water to thin it out.

. After adding the seasoning , keep it aside.

. In a bowl add the chicken and then the sauce over it. Mix it thoroughly. Then garnish it with pepper and a hint of coriander.


. For vegetarians you can always use paneer cut cubes or French fries. It is an equally good combination.


55 thoughts on “Chilli Chicken: Chinese cuisine ( alternative for vegetarians )Also a shout-out to everyone

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  1. Darling, I recommend you to post more about chicken as I’m a CC lover (chocolate and chicken lover). I would really try it widely and would appreciate if you consider my recommendation.

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  2. I’m definitely making this! I just finished putting together my menu for next week. I have chicken listed for one day but wasn’t quite sure how I wanted to fix it. Now, I know!

    I’m so delighted to find your blog and see all you’re doing. I also started cooking when I was young, and it’s become a life-long passion for me. I’m so very happy that you’ve discovered how much fun cooking can be and how awesome it is to collect and share recipes!

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    1. Thank you! I’m really glad that this recipe is a part of menu. So happy to help🤗. Also very glad to know that you are enjoying my blog. Yes , I have discovered how fun cooking is and I am in exploration of new recipes!all the best and thanks for visiting!❤️❤️

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